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-- ---------------------------------------------------------- Estrutura da tabela `noticias`
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`id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`titulo` text NOT NULL,
`autor` text NOT NULL,
`imagem` text NOT NULL,
`data` text NOT NULL,
`data_c` text NOT NULL,
`principal` text NOT NULL,
`cat` text NOT NULL,
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--- Extraindo dados da tabela `noticias`
-INSERT INTO `noticias` (`id`, `titulo`, `autor`, `imagem`, `data`, `data_c`, `pr
incipal`, `cat`, `conteudo`) VALUES
(1, 'Marta concorre ao prmio de melhor jogadora do mundo pela 11 vez seguida', 'Joo
Filho', 'fut_marta_nelsonalmeidaAFP_625.jpg', 'sexta-feira, 25 de outubro de 20
13', '22h15', 'sim', 'esportes', '<p>Pelo 11&ordm; ano seguido, a brasileira Mar
ta, que atua no Tyreso, da Su&eacute;cia, est&aacute; concorrendo ao pr&ecirc;mi
o de melhor jogadora do mundo dado pela Fifa e pela revista France Football. Ven
cedora da disputa entre 2006 e 2010, Marta ter&aacute; como rivais outras nove j
ogadoras: as alem&atilde;es Nadine Angerer e Lena Goessling, as suecas Nilla Fis
cher e Lotta Schelin, as japonesas Saki Kumagai e Yuki Ogimi, as norte-americana
s Alex Morgan e Abby Wambach (ganhadora em 2012) e a canadense Christine Sinclai
r. Mais &agrave; frente, a lista ser&aacute; reduzida a apenas tr&ecirc;s jogado

ras. A vencedora ser&aacute; anunciada dia 13 de janeiro de 2014, em Zurique, na


Su&iacute;&ccedil;a.</p>'),
(2, 'Lucro da Petrobras cai 45% no 3 trimestre e alcana R$ 3,4 bilhes', 'Joo Filho',
'Oil_platform_(Brazil)_1.jpg', 'sexta-feira, 25 de outubro de 2013', '22h30', '
sim', 'negocios', '<p>O lucro da Petrobras no terceiro trimestre alcan&ccedil;ou
R$ 3,395 bilh&otilde;es, uma queda de 45% em rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao trimestre
anterior e de 39% em rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao mesmo per&iacute;odo do ano passa
do, segundo balan&ccedil;o divulgado pela empresa nesta sexta-feira (25). No acu
mulado do ano, no entanto, o lucro teve alta de 29%, para R$ 17,289 bilh&otilde;
es. A estatal ficou com 40% do campo de Libra, o primeiro a ser leiloado em regi
me de partilha, na &uacute;ltima segunda-feira (21), pelo qual ter&aacute; de pa
gar R$ 6 bilh&otilde;es referente ao b&ocirc;nus de assinatura. Defasagem de pre
&ccedil;os Segundo a empresa, entre as principais raz&otilde;es para o resultado
do terceiro trimestre est&aacute; o aumento da "defasagem nos pre&ccedil;os de
derivados no Brasil, refletindo maiores cota&ccedil;&otilde;es internacionais e
desvaloriza&ccedil;&atilde;o cambial". "Ainda que tenhamos tido 4 reajustes de p
re&ccedil;o de diesel e 2 de gasolina nos &uacute;ltimos 16 meses, totalizando 2
1,9% e 14,9% de aumento, respectivamente, a forte deprecia&ccedil;&atilde;o do r
eal verificada desde maio de 2013, chegando a 22% de desvaloriza&ccedil;&atilde;
o, fez com que a defasagem voltasse a crescer nos &uacute;ltimos meses. Essa sit
ua&ccedil;&atilde;o tem impactado nosso fluxo de caixa e alavancagem", diz a pre
sidente da Petrobras, Gra&ccedil;a Foster, nos coment&aacute;rios do balan&ccedi
l;o. O &iacute;ndice de d&iacute;vida l&iacute;quida pelo Ebitda ajustado (que e
xclui a participa&ccedil;&atilde;o em investimentos e a perda na recupera&ccedil
;&atilde;o de ativos) passou de 2,77 no fim do ano passado para 3,05 no fim do t
erceiro trimestre deste ano. A diretoria executiva apresentou ao conselho de adm
inistra&ccedil;&atilde;o uma metodologia de pre&ccedil;os a ser praticada pela e
statal para ter "maior previsibilidade do alinhamento dos pre&ccedil;os dom&eacu
te;sticos do diesel e da gasolina aos pre&ccedil;os internacionais". Gra&ccedil;
a disse ainda, no relat&oacute;rio, que a empresa planeja "reduzir, ao longo dos
pr&oacute;ximos meses, os indicadores de alavancagem e endividamento" por meio
de desenvolvimento da produ&ccedil;&atilde;o, que aumentar&aacute; a gera&ccedil
;&atilde;o de caixa, e da corre&ccedil;&atilde;o dos pre&ccedil;os. Trimestres a
nteriores No 2&ordm; trimestre deste ano, a Petrobras teve lucro l&iacute;quido
de R$ 6,201 bilh&otilde;es, ap&oacute;s adotar uma estrat&eacute;gia cont&aacute
;bil que limitou o impacto da alta do d&oacute;lar e tirou cerca de R$ 8 bilh&ot
ilde;es em perdas financeiras do balan&ccedil;o. No mesmo per&iacute;odo de 2012
, a estatal tivera preju&iacute;zo de R$ 1,346 bilh&atilde;o. Produ&ccedil;&atil
de;o A produ&ccedil;&atilde;o total de &oacute;leo e g&aacute;s da companhia fic
ou praticamente est&aacute;vel, com redu&ccedil;&atilde;o de 1% em rela&ccedil;&
atilde;o ao trimestre anterior, de 2,5 milh&otilde;es de barris por dia. Segundo
o relat&oacute;rio, n&atilde;o foi poss&iacute;vel alcan&ccedil;ar n&iacute;vei
s mais altos de produ&ccedil;&atilde;o nesse 3&ordm; trimestre devido a atrasos
como no in&iacute;cio da opera&ccedil;&atilde;o de plataformas e contrata&ccedil
;&atilde;o de navios. A receita de vendas da empresa alcan&ccedil;ou R$ 77,7 bil
h&otilde;es, alta de 6% em rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao 2&ordm; trimestre e 5,3% em
rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao mesmo per&iacute;odo do ano anterior. A empresa teve pr
eju&iacute;zo financeiro l&iacute;quido de R$ 1,02 bilh&atilde;o. O lucro l&iacu
te;quido por a&ccedil;&atilde;o caiu em rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao trimestre anter
ior (46%) e ao mesmo per&iacute;odo de 2012 (39,5%), para R$ 0,26. Os gastos com
abastecimento subiram em compara&ccedil;&atilde;o ao segundo trimestre e alcan&
ccedil;aram R$ 5,5 bilh&otilde;es, segundo a empresa, por conta de "maiores cust
os com aquisi&ccedil;&atilde;o/ transfer&ecirc;ncia de petr&oacute;leo", que ref
lete a valoriza&ccedil;&atilde;o do d&oacute;lar frente ao real e a eleva&ccedil
;&atilde;o das cota&ccedil;&otilde;es internacionais da petr&eacute;leo, al&eacu
te;m da maior "participa&ccedil;&atilde;o de derivados importados no mix de vend
as para atender a demanda sazonal". Na &aacute;rea de distribui&ccedil;&atilde;o
, o lucro caiu em rela&ccedil;&atilde;o ao 2&ordm; trimestre (32%) e ao mesmo pe
r&iacute;odo de 2012 (24,5%), para R$ 312 milh&otilde;es, pelas menores margens
m&eacute;dias de comercializa&ccedil;&atilde;o de combust&iacute;veis (8%). A em

presa mostrou ainda que o custo unit&aacute;rio do refino aumentou 13%, em fun&c
cedil;&atilde;o da menor carga processada neste trimestre no Jap&atilde;o e nos
EUA, decorrente de paradas n&atilde;o programadas.</p>\r\n<p><strong>Fonte: G1</
strong></p>');
-- ---------------------------------------------------------- Estrutura da tabela `usuarios`
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`id` int(11) NOT NULL,
`usuario` text NOT NULL,
`senha` text NOT NULL,
`nome` text NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (`id`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;
--- Extraindo dados da tabela `usuarios`
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(1, 'joaofilho', '96616108', 'joaofilho');
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`comment_ID` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`comment_post_ID` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`comment_author` tinytext NOT NULL,
`comment_author_email` varchar(100) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`comment_author_url` varchar(200) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`comment_author_IP` varchar(100) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`comment_date` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
`comment_date_gmt` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
`comment_content` text NOT NULL,
`comment_karma` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`comment_approved` varchar(20) NOT NULL DEFAULT '1',

`comment_agent` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',


`comment_type` varchar(20) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`comment_parent` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`user_id` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
PRIMARY KEY (`comment_ID`),
KEY `comment_post_ID` (`comment_post_ID`),
KEY `comment_approved_date_gmt` (`comment_approved`,`comment_date_gmt`),
KEY `comment_date_gmt` (`comment_date_gmt`),
KEY `comment_parent` (`comment_parent`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=2 ;
--- Extraindo dados da tabela `wp_comments`
--

INSERT INTO `wp_comments` (`comment_ID`, `comment_post_ID`, `comment_author`, `c


omment_author_email`, `comment_author_url`, `comment_author_IP`, `comment_date`,
`comment_date_gmt`, `comment_content`, `comment_karma`, `comment_approved`, `co
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'2013-10-25 21:05:09', 'Ol, Isto um comentrio.\nPara excluir um comentrio, faa o log
in e veja os comentrios de posts. L voc ter a opo de edit-los ou exclu-los.', 0, '1',
, '', 0, 0);
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`link_id` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`link_url` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_name` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_image` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_target` varchar(25) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_description` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_visible` varchar(20) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'Y',
`link_owner` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT '1',
`link_rating` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`link_updated` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
`link_rel` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`link_notes` mediumtext NOT NULL,
`link_rss` varchar(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
PRIMARY KEY (`link_id`),
KEY `link_visible` (`link_visible`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=1 ;
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`option_id` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`option_name` varchar(64) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`option_value` longtext NOT NULL,
`autoload` varchar(20) NOT NULL DEFAULT 'yes',
PRIMARY KEY (`option_id`),

UNIQUE KEY `option_name` (`option_name`)


) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=152 ;
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) VALUES
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swallace">Chris Wallace</a>, <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/corvannoorlo
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son">David Williamson</a>, <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/dd32">Dion Hul
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sites are now able to automatically apply these updates in the background. The
update process also has been made even more reliable and secure, with dozens of
new checks and safeguards.</li>\n<li><strong>Stronger password recommendations</
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and multisite improvements. As always, if you&#8217;re hungry for more <a href=

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our first release using the new plugin-first development process, with a much s
horter timeframe than in the past. (3.6 was released in August.) The 3.8 release
, due in December, will continue this plugin-led development cycle that gives mu
ch more autonomy to plugin leads and allows us to decouple feature development f
rom a release. You can follow this grand experiment, and what we&#8217;re learni
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07Bond)</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/sabreuse">Amy Hendrix (sabreus
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drew Ozz</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/andrewspittle">Andrew Spittle
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">Brian Richards</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/bpetty">Bryan Petty</
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rofiles.wordpress.org/chipbennett">Chip Bennett</a>,<a href="http://profiles.word
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/andreasnrb">cyonite</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/daankortenbach">D
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Bachhuber</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/convissor">Daniel Convissor
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rofiles.wordpress.org/koop">Daryl Koopersmith</a>, <a href="http://profiles.word
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.org/cais">Edward Caissie</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/enej">enej</
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org/faishal">faishal</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/faison">Faison</a
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/jkudish">Joey Kudish</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/johnnyb">John Be
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href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/johnjamesjacoby">John James Jacoby</a>,<a hr
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org/duck_">Jon Cave</a>, <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/jonlynch">Jon Ly
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profiles.wordpress.org/betzster">Josh Betz</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress
.org/devesine">Justin de Vesine</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/justin
sainton">Justin Sainton</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/kadamwhite">K.
Adam White</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/trepmal">Kailey (trepmal)</
a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/ketwaroo">Ketwaroo</a>,<a href="http://p
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/pollett">Pollett</a>, <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/ptahdunbar">Ptah D
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ttp://profiles.wordpress.org/scottsweb">scottsweb</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wo
rdpress.org/wonderboymusic">Scott Taylor</a>,<a href="http://profiles.wordpress.o
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davidbisset.com/" target="_blank">David Bisset</a> may have been the first perso
n to coin the term Armchair WordCampers, referring to those who live vicariously t
hrough WordCamp attendees via Twitter. The concept sparked an idea for him and h
e decided to create <a href="http://wparmchair.com" title="WP Armchair" target="
_blank">WP Armchair</a> for this very audience. </p>\n<p>His first version was a
ctually created for the <a href="http://wp10.wordpress.net" target="_blank">Word
Press 10th Anniversary</a>, a site he collaborated on with the WordPress Foundat
ion.</p>\n<p>Bisset is a WordPress and BuddyPress developer. He also helps to or
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periences as an organizer and an attendee at WordCamps.<span id="more-10260"></s
pan></p>\n<blockquote><p>I monitor WordCamps and conferences via Twitter hashtag
s and simply thought there was a better way. I notice that a lot of people are i
nterested in monitoring conference activity as well. Even those that attend conf

erences &#8211; I see many of them with their laptops open to Tweetdeck or some
Twitter client. I figured there should be a better way, especially since social
networks like Instagram are becoming more popular.</p>\n<p>On top of that, as a
WordPress developer, I wanted the solution running on WordPress. And instead of
passively showing pictures and tweets, the site would naturally store these as c
ustom post types. So it serves as an archive of the conference.</p></blockquote>
\n<p>In a way, the WP Armchair websites are chronicling the history of these Wor
dPress events as seen through their respective hashtags on Twitter, Instagram, V
ine and Flickr. Right now, each event is a separate site but Bisset said that he
&#8217;s likely to combine them all into a multisite installation somewhere in t
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rget="_blank">WP Armchair monitored WordCamp San Francisco</a> the site was able
to aggregate 1,600 tweets and 1,020 photos. For <a href="http://wceu.wparmchair
.com/" target="_blank">WordCamp Europe</a>, the site captured even more &#8211;
in the end it was 4,223 tweets and 1,500 photos. WordPress fans monitoring from
afar were able to get a taste of how awesome these events were and perhaps even
resolve to attend next year.</p>\n<h3>What Plugins Make WP Armchair Work?</h3>\n
<p>If you visit any of the WP Armchair sites you&#8217;ll see support for videos
, pictures, embedded tweets, post favoriting and more. There&#8217;s a lot going
on behind the scenes to bring all of this event information into the site.</p>\
n<p>I asked Bisset to tell me about some of the important plugins he uses to mak
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>I wrote three plugins that scanned Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr for tweets, p
hotos, and videos based on a hashtag and saved them as custom post types. These
make up the bulk of the site, but I also used the following plugins:</p>\n<p><a
href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/bulk-delete/" target="_blank">Bulk Delete</a>
&#8211; comes in handy when you want to get rid of alot of tweets or instragram
posts that aren&#8217;t related to the conference (maybe you used a bad keyword
or hashtag). Since tweets can come in 30 or 40 at a time, this plugin does save
a little bit of time.</p>\n<p><a href="http://pippinsplugins.com/love-it-pro/"
target="_blank">Love It Pro</a> &#8211; was great to drop in and give site visit
ors the ability to mark posts as favorites. It was a fun experiment during WordC
amp San Francisco. </p>\n<p><a href="http://www.gravityforms.com/" target="_blan
k">Gravity Forms</a> &#8211; on some installs, it allows us to quickly get forms
(surprise!) in place for user registration, so some people could upload their o
wn photos to the site via the WordPress Mobile app or a custom form.</p>\n<p><a
href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/search-everything/" target="_blank">Search Ev
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otos, etc that were created by a specific user or via keyword. As an example, yo
u could search for your own name and see if anyone mentioned you on whatever soc
ial networks the WPArmchair site was scanning. Unfortunately, it looks like Sear
ch Everything isn&#8217;t being supported as of now, so I recommend switching ov
er to SearchWP.com.</p></blockquote>\n<h3>WP Armchair Theme and Plugins are GPL
and Available on github</h3>\n<p>Bisset has made both the <a href="https://githu
b.com/dimensionmedia/WPArmchair" target="_blank">WP Armchair Theme</a> and plugi
ns available on his <a href="https://github.com/dimensionmedia" target="_blank">
github</a> account. He invites contribution to the project. &#8220;There are no
doubt better and different ways to do what the site does, and I welcome anyone w
ho wants to improve it,&#8221; he said.</p>\n<p>The <a href="http://wordpressfou
ndation.org/" target="_blank">WordPress Foundation</a> has also made some of the
WP Armchair functionality available to its officially hosted WordCamp site usin
g a new plugin called <a href="http://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tagrega
tor/trunk" target="_blank">Tagregator</a>, which is also open to contribution.</
p>\n<p>Bisset believes that WP Armchair is a valuable resource for both those at
home and those who are attending WordCamp events. It has even been used by <a h

ref="http://frontendconference.conferenceme.in/" target="_blank">The Front-End D


esign Conference</a>, a non-WordPress event, to aggregate the references to the
event on social media. Ultimately, WP Armchair is about bringing people and ide
as together.</p>\n<blockquote><p> Even if you did go to the conference, you woul
d be able to see everyone&#8217;s photos there instead of a gallery of a smaller
group of photos the site admin posted a few days later. You also get to see who
authored interesting tweets and potentially find new people to follow this way p
eople that are in theory just as motivated by WordPress as you are.</p></blockqu
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actually attending the event. Realistically, you won&#8217;t be able to attend
every WordCamp in the world, but WP Armchair gives you a better way to monitor o
nline from wherever you may be. Many thanks to <a href="http://www.davidbisset.c
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not upgrade yet. There is a replacement <a href="http://ocaoimh.ie/2013/10/21/sh
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t&#8217;s not compatible so you&#8217;ll need to update your themes and helper p
lugins. It&#8217;s not difficult but there&#8217;s a lot to take in. I hope the
example plugin and explanation in that post gets you most of the way there.</p>\
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immediately and it should be painless.</p>\n<p>This release also has a few bug f
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migrates. It will update the wp-config.php and rebuild wp-content/advanced-cache
.php. It will also delete tags and category cache files when a post publish stat
us changes.</p>\n\n<p><strong>Related Posts</strong><ul><li> <a href="http://oca
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0.8.4, the garbage collector</a></li><li> <a href="http://ocaoimh.ie/2009/01/09/
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ll be updated automatically to RC2. (<em>Nice.</em>) If you&#8217;d like to star
t testing, there&#8217;s no time like the present! Try the<a href="http://wordpre
ss.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-beta-tester/">WordPress Beta Tester</a>plugin (yo
ull want bleeding edge nightlies) or<a href="http://wordpress.org/wordpress-3.7-RC2.
zip">download the release candidate here</a>(zip).Please post to the<a href="http:/
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there is a compatibility issue, let us know as soon as possible so we can deal w
ith it before the final release.</p>\n<p>For more on WordPress 3.7, check out th
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you&#8217;re adventurous). The <a href="http://www.wptavern.com/ridiculously-sm
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ondering what&#8217;s so exciting about advanced date queries. Alex Mills, bette
r known online as &#8220;<a href="http://www.viper007bond.com/" target="_blank">
Viper007Bond</a>&#8221; was the originator of the <a href="http://core.trac.word
press.org/ticket/18694" target="_blank">patch</a> to improve date arguments for
<a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query" target="_blank">WP
_Query</a>, a class for querying the database for specific content. Up until now
, WordPress had no easy way to get a set of posts that fall within a specific da
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y to get complex date-based queries when fetching both posts and comments from t
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rdPress site. </p>\n<p><a href="http://i1.wp.com/www.wptavern.com/wp-content/upl
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href="https://bitbucket.org/jamesckemp/mwi-magento-wordpress-integration/src" t
arget="_blank">Magento WordPress Integration</a> plugin (MWI), is a solution tha
t Kemp has been developing for several years. It provides the easiest way to get
blocks, sessions and products from your Magento store and is capable of doing t
he following:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Bring out any of the default Magento Blocks in your
WordPress theme</li>\n<li>Bring out any Magento blocks that you have created yo
urself</li>\n<li>Bring out any static blocks that you have made in your Magento
admin area</li>\n<li>Show Magento products on a WordPress post or page by using
the shortcode add-on</li>\n<li>Show products from any category using the widget
add-on</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Think there&#8217;s no demand for this? Think again. Kemp
&#8217;s plugin has been downloaded more than 10,000 times. To celebrate, Kemp h
as made the code available on <a href="https://bitbucket.org/jamesckemp/mwi-mage
nto-wordpress-integration/src" target="_blank">BitBucket</a>. He&#8217;s hoping
that having the code available to the public will help to spark more contributio
n.</p>\n<p><div id="attachment_10196" class="wp-caption alignright"><a href="htt
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;ve been following James Kemp&#8217;s work for several years and finally had the
chance to chat with him about how the plugin is doing. </p>\n<p>He continues to
develop the plugin due to the demand, which comes from both &#8220;light&#8221;
users and developers. &#8220;The demand for MWI is fairly consistent,&#8221; he
said. &#8220;On a calm day the mwi-plugin site gets ~30 unique visits, and midweek on a busier day it will get ~100. It&#8217;s a very niche plugin, so I don&
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7;d say, but I also get &#8220;light&#8221; users who are interested in the addons, so they can display products within their blogs. The demand for it is fairl
y steady at the moment.&#8221;</p>\n<p>The Magento and WordPress communities are
fairly disconnected, which is understandable. You don&#8217;t see too many deve
lopers wanting to specialize in both platforms. Yet many users want them to work
together. When building sites with a bridge, Kemp relies on WordPress for the m
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ions for the other, but none of them are quite as good as WordPress or Magento.
I personally prefer to use WP for all aspects of content management; pages, news
, callouts &#8211; using Magento for this is a bit of a nightmare. I use Magento
for large stores, with complex product set-ups and discount systems, purely for
the product catalogue and back-end ecommerce system.</p></blockquote>\n<p>Altho
ugh he is an expert Magento developer, he has also built many sites using WooCom
merce and Jigoshop. I asked him when he might opt for Magento over a WordPress-b
ased e-commerce solution and he replied:</p>\n<blockquote><p> I tend to use Mage
nto for larger sites, where there are thousands of products and likely to be a l
ot of activity. This is because of the back-end system of Magento; it offers so
much more in terms of tax rules, discounts, product set-up, import/export, order
history, invoicing, etc. it&#8217;s just a full, heavy-duty, ecommerce system.
The WordPress solutions are great, but not for bigger ecommerce store owners who
need more control.</p></blockquote>\n<p>The Magento WordPress Integration plugi
n provides a much needed bridge between the two open source projects and enables
them to work together seamlessly. It can also save you from having to do too mu
ch theming to Magento, which is quite a pain because all the files are located a
bout 10 directories deep. MWI allows you to feature your categories and products
on your WordPress pages, as well as any blocks created within Magento. If you w
ant to synchronize your sites even further, Kemp has also developed a plugin pro

viding <a href="http://codecanyon.net/item/single-signon-for-magento-and-wordpre


ss/861453" target="_blank">Single Sign-On For Magento And WordPress</a>.</p>\n<p
>Kemp and his colleague Jay Pick have formed a new WordPress development company
called <a href="http://madebyplatform.com/" target="_blank">Platfrm</a>, based o
ut of their rural office in Lutterworth, England. He plans to continue supportin
g the MWI plugin for as long as it&#8217;s needed. You can find documentation at
the <a href="http://www.mwi-plugin.com/" target="_blank">Magento WordPress Inte
gration homepage</a> and can <a href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/magento-wordp
ress-integration/" target="_blank">download the plugin</a> from the WordPress re
pository. If you want to get involved contributing, check out MWI on <a href="ht
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m has <a href="http://wpforce.com/spammers-come-creative-spam-comments/" title="
http://wpforce.com/spammers-come-creative-spam-comments/">published a funny piec
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with their posts. One of his spam comments contained the entire template of text
used to generate random comments. How many combinations of spam can you make wi
th the following template?</p>\n<blockquote><p>I {want to|wish to|desire to} rea
d {more|even more} things about it!|<br />\n{It is|Its} {appropriate|perfect|the
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"data";s:9301:"<p>With the next release of WP Super Cache in a day or two <a hre
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g awaited</a> move away from mfunc, mclude and friends will be complete.</p>\n<p
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the dynamic portions of your sites will go blank if you upgrade WP Super Cache w
ithout updating that dynamic code. This may seem complicated but there&#8217;s a
n example script included and detailed explanations below. A lot of effort was m
ade to make this backwards compatible but unfortunately it wasn&#8217;t possible
.</p>\n<p>In their place is a new cacheaction filter called wpsc_cachedata and i
t&#8217;s sidekick wpsc_cachedata_safety. In the future when a site owner using
WP Super Cache wants to make part of their website dynamic they will use those f
ilters to modify pre-defined text strings and replace them with the data they wa
nt displayed to the end user. There&#8217;s an <a href="http://svn.wp-plugins.or
g/wp-super-cache/trunk/plugins/dynamic-cache-test.php">example script</a> ready
to be ripped apart to help you figure all this out.</p>\n<p>There are two ways o
f using this:</p>\n<ol>\n<li> The dynamic content is the return value of a simpl
e process, be it <code>date()</code> or any of the numerous get_*() functions in
WordPress. That data can simply be slotted in place of the pre-defined text men
tioned above.</li>\n<li> The more difficult bit comes when you need to use an ou
tput buffer to collect the data for display. Due to a limitation in PHP it&#8217
;s impossible to run an output buffer in the callback function of another output
buffer, which is when the wpsc_cachedata filter runs. We need to collect that d
ata <em>before</em> the callback function executes.</li>\n</ol>\n<p>The first wa
y above is easy. Simply add a text string of random characters to your theme whe
re you want the dynamic content to appear, then hook a function on to the wpsc_c
achedata filter to str_replace() it with your dynamic content. These functions i
n <a href="http://svn.wp-plugins.org/wp-super-cache/trunk/plugins/dynamic-cachetest.php">this script</a> do that:\n<ul>\n<li>dynamic_cache_test_filter()</li>\n
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</ul>\n<p>You&#8217;ll have to hook on to the wpsc_cachedata_safety action and r
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fe used by the plugin to make sure things are ok when the filter runs.</p>\n<p>U
nfortunately if you want to use an output buffer it&#8217;s a lot harder. As sta
ted above an output buffer can&#8217;t run in the callback function of another o
utput buffer. This means you have to generate your dynamic content earlier in th
e PHP process.<br />\nThis could be as easy as calling your dynamic content func
tion (dynamic_output_buffer_test() in the example script) from the wp_footer act
ion, or calling it from any action before shutdown, whichever is appropriate. Yo
u&#8217;ll also need to add a template tag of your own choosing to your theme.<b
r />\nYour dynamic content function will run just fine for cached pages, so afte
r the new page has run it store the output in a constant or global variable that
the same function can look for when the wpsc_cacheaction runs it. If it finds t
hat information, it can do the search and replace of your template tag without r
unning the output buffer again.<br />\nSome pages won&#8217;t run the dynamic co
ntent function however. This includes feeds and sitemaps. Those pages will gener
ate a PHP error because the output buffer will try to run in the callback!</p>\n
<blockquote><p>&#8220;PHP Fatal error: ob_start(): Cannot use output buffering
in output buffering display handlers in&#8230;&#8221;</p></blockquote>\n<p>To st
op that happening you must check that there&#8217;s text to shove in the cached
page. That&#8217;s what happens in the function dynamic_output_buffer_test_safet
y() in the example script. It fires on the wpsc_cachedata_safety filter and retu
rns the numeral 1 if successful. </p>\n<h3>Anatomy of an Output Buffer</h3>\n<p>
I&#8217;m going to try and explain the output buffer functions in more detail he
re. They&#8217;re only example functions and if you spot a bug or can suggest im

provements please do!</p>\n<pre class="brush: php; gutter: false; title: ; notra


nslate">define( ''DYNAMIC_OUTPUT_BUFFER_TAG'', '''' ); // CHANGE THIS!</pre>\n<p
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. The plugin will replace this string with the code generated by your dynamic co
ntent function.</p>\n<pre class="brush: php; title: ; notranslate">function dyna
mic_output_buffer_test( &amp;$cachedata = 0 ) {\n
if ( defined( ''DYNAMIC_
OB_TEXT'' ) )\n
return str_replace( DYNAMIC_OUTPUT_BUFFER_TAG, DYNAMIC_O
B_TEXT, $cachedata );\n ob_start();\n // call the sidebar function, do somethi
ng dynamic\n
echo "&lt;p&gt;This is a test. The current time on the server is
: " . date( ''H:i:s'' ) . "&lt;/p&gt;";\n
$text = ob_get_contents();\n
ob_end_clean();\n\n
if ( $cachedata === 0 ) // called directly from the them
e so store the output\n
define( ''DYNAMIC_OB_TEXT'', $text );\n else //
called via the wpsc_cachedata filter. We only get here in cached pages in wp-cac
he-phase1.php\n
return str_replace( DYNAMIC_OUTPUT_BUFFER_TAG, $text, $c
achedata );\n\n}\nadd_cacheaction( ''wpsc_cachedata'', ''dynamic_output_buffer_t
est'' );</pre>\n<ul>\n<li> 1. dynamic_output_buffer_test() is the function that
will generate the dynamic content inserted into the cached page.</li>\n<li> 2-3.
DYNAMIC_OB_TEXT stores the previous output of this function. If it&#8217;s set
that means we&#8217;re in the wpsc_cachedata filter and should insert it into th
e cached page and return it.</li>\n<li> 4-8. This creates the output buffer, ech
oes a string with the current time and copies the buffer into a variable called
$text before closing the output buffer.</li>\n<li> 10-13. This is how we decide
to return data. If $cachedata is 0 that means this function was called from the
theme so we should define the constant DYNAMIC_OB_TEXT for later use. Otherwise,
we must be dealing with an already cached page so insert the dynamic content in
to the page and return it.</li>\n<li> 16. Add the dynamic_output_buffer_test() f
unction to the wpsc_cachedata action. &#8220;add_cacheaction&#8221; is used as i
t loads before the regular WordPress action code loads.</li>\n</ul>\n<pre class=
"brush: php; title: ; notranslate">function dynamic_output_buffer_test_safety( $
safety ) {\n
if ( defined( ''DYNAMIC_OB_TEXT'' ) )\n
return 1; // rea
dy to replace tag with dynamic content.\n
else\n
return 0; // tag
cannot be replaced.\n}\nadd_cacheaction( ''wpsc_cachedata_safety'', ''dynamic_o
utput_buffer_test_safety'' );</pre>\n<ul>\n<li>1-6. dynamic_output_buffer_test_s
afety() is a function that checks if dynamic content was generated correctly. If
that constant is not defined the output buffer will run within the callback fun
ction of the main WP Super Cache output buffer and generate a PHP error.</li>\n<
li> 7. Add the wpsc_cachedata_safety() function to the dynamic_output_buffer_tes
t_safety action.</li>\n</ul>\n<h3>sidebar.php</h3>\n<p>As an example, if I wante
d to display my dynamic content in the sidebar of my blog I would load sidebar.p
hp in my theme&#8217;s directory and add the following code. </p>\n<pre class="b
rush: php; title: ; notranslate">if ( function_exists( ''dynamic_output_buffer_t
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dynamic_output_buffer_test();\n?&gt;WORDPRESS ROCKS THE WORLD&lt;
?php</pre>\n<p>I had previously edited the example script, uncommented it and ch
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notranslate">define( ''DYNAMIC_OUTPUT_BUFFER_TAG'', ''WORDPRESS ROCKS THE WORLD'
' ); // CHANGE THIS!</pre>\n<h3>Final Note and Download Link</h3>\n<p>Please gra
b the <a href="http://ocaoimh.ie/the-development-version-of-wp-super-cache/">dev
elopment version</a> of the plugin and try it on a staging server before you put
it live. Feedback would be appreciated!</p>\n<p>Warning! Keep the tags you use
secret. You don&#8217;t want someone leaving a comment on your blog with that st
ring! Do not use the same function names or constant names as in this post or ex
ample script. They&#8217;re in this very public post. Someone is bound to use th
em and cause you problems when you install their plugin.</p>\n<p>Finally, barrin
g any last minute major bugs this version of WP Super Cache will be released on
Wednesday. Be careful upgrading. Pass the word around if you know someone is usi
ng mfunc as their site will stop working!</p>\n\n<p><strong>Related Posts</stron
g><ul><li> <a href="http://ocaoimh.ie/2013/10/23/wp-super-cache-1-4/" rel="bookm
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and ethics but further into the post, he mentions that perhaps we should not be
thinking about what sites like <a href="http://wpavengers.com/" title="http://w
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Both are offering commercial products either for free or for a substantially low
er price. This is good because those who don&#8217;t need support can make do wi
th the lower price. It&#8217;s also good in that it exposes the commercial offer
ings to a larger market segment that perhaps otherwise wouldn&#8217;t be able to
afford purchasing from the original developer.</p>\n<h3>The Bad:</h3>\n<p> GPL
Club points out that support is only provided by the original product authors. M
eanwhile, WP Avengers provides automatic updates and premium support via forums
and support credits. I am not sure how this works but their forum is not publicl
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the people who created it. By acquiring products through either of these two si
tes, unknowing customers will either be out of luck in getting support, or may n
ot get the best support money can buy. </p>\n<p>There are a number of great comm
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.kevinmuldoon.com/wordpress-gpl-ethics/#comment-5255" title="http://www.kevinmul
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race has been going on for a long time. </p>\n<p>One of the scenarios that Kevin
laid out was the following:</p>\n<blockquote><p>With regards to where the buck
stops :) WP Avengers and GPL Club are charging money for premium plugins that ot
her people developed. Heres a thought.what if someone went one step further and re
leased all premium plugins free. For example, a plugin and theme directory that
allowed every single premium WordPress theme and plugin to be downloaded free of
charge. No malware, no hidden agenda. Simply someone who wanted to share all pr
emium plugins with the world.</p>\n<p>How do you think the WordPress community w
ould react to this? Would it kill the market for premium WordPress products or w
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hear the phrase &#8220;<em>paying for support and product updates</em>&#8221; r
epeatedly but it still seems as though we&#8217;re paying for the code first. So
let&#8217;s make all code free. If we pay money, we&#8217;re actually paying fo
r upgrades and support of that free code. But I know exactly what this would do
to commercial themes and plugins. We&#8217;d end up with free code that only has
one purpose. To serve up a prompt asking for an API key. In a way, I&#8217;d be
ok with this because it would be less code running on my site but on the flip s
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e online to make sure my forms worked. If all commercial themes and plugins were
free, it wouldn&#8217;t be the end of the world. We would just rapidly make the
transition to purchasing support and upgrades or service add-ons. Also, if comm
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themes and plugins being free as in beer. How would this change the way vendors
today do business? If the real value is in support and upgrades, then the questi
on I have for commercial plugin and theme developers is why are they charging fo
r their GPL licensed code? The GPL license says you can do it, but what&#8217;s
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een a busy bee lately and he&#8217;s on a roll. The Media Grid plugin is the sec
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first was the Widgets Area Chooser plugin that we <a href="http://www.wptavern.c
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as you type, even if you only enter one letter. </p>\n<p>We&#8217;ve seen a lot
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I&#8217;ve alternated between large and small companies, though not on purpose.
Before Automattic I worked at a university that had thousands of employees. Be
fore that I was at small regional ISP that never had more than 10 full time empl
oyees. Going back one more job I was at a large international company with more
than 10,000 people across the planet. And the job before that was at a company
with 20 people. That pretty much covers all of the jobs I&#8217;ve had as an a
dult.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 15</strong>, about IRC being an ancient chat program.
When I mention to other people that we use IRC I&#8217;ll often describe it as

being &#8220;as old as dirt&#8221;, meaning <a href="http://www.irc.org/history


_docs/jarkko.html">1988</a>. Being old doesn&#8217;t change the fact that it is
still one of the best solutions to the problem of text based chat.</p>\n<p><str
ong>Page 16</strong>, about Automattic demanding great communication skills. In
some ways we have to overcommunicate in order to make up for not all being in t
he same building.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 20</strong>, Caturday. Long running thin
g at Automattic from the world of LOLcats. On page 25 Scott shows a screenshot
of some stats, and the week ends with Caturday. Some time ago a new hire at Aut
omattic &#8220;fixed&#8221; the typo by changing it to Saturday. We had to expl
ain the joke, then had them revert it back to Caturday :-)</p>\n<p><strong>Page
25</strong>, experts don&#8217;t go back to regular jobs because regular jobs ar
e hard. This is worth keeping in mind the next time you read an article or book
from a professional expert.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 28</strong>, on jamming practi
ces from one culture into another. This is a hard lesson to learn and I think m
ost who have learned it have only done so through experience. Culture isn&#8217
;t something you can easily transplant. Culture, like trust, is hard to build a
nd easy to destroy.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 29</strong>, about trust. Trust is a r
eally big deal in any company culture. The lack of it usually results in grindi
ng political structures. High degrees of trust can result in the whole being so
much more than the sum of the parts.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 42</strong>, remember
how I mentioned that I described IRC being as old as dirt? I&#8217;m not the o
nly one who thinks that way :-)</p>\n<p><strong>Page 43</strong>, about many thi
ngs at Automattic being inherited from the open source WordPress project. I don
&#8217;t think it is an overstatement to say that this is one of the core attrib
utes in the formation of Automattic. In many ways it looks like a group of peop
le working on an open source project that just happens to also involve money, so
metimes.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 46</strong>, about the WordPress theme P2. One day
I&#8217;ll write a separate post about how P2 came to be. Naming things can be
hard, and sometimes beyond your control.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 48</strong>, on t
he communication break down between P2, IRC, Skype, and email. The ratio varies
between teams. For my experience I&#8217;d say P2 and IRC are closer to 50 / 5
0, Skype and email nearly rounding errors. IRC was good for talking about somet
hing right now ( synchronous ) and P2 was good for things that weren&#8217;t nea
rly so time sensitive ( asynchronous ) or needed a better way to be tracked.</p>
\n<p><strong>Page 54</strong>, about the size of a company being the ultimate go
al. I&#8217;ve had conversations with people about companies that stay intentio
nally small. In the technology field it isn&#8217;t often that you come across
people who want to have a limit to how big their company gets. I think there is
an idea worth exploring in there.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 61</strong>, regarding k
illing a project or experiment. It isn&#8217;t easy to shutdown something that
you&#8217;ve put energy into. That said, we could be better about letting go.</
p>\n<p><strong>Page 104</strong>, data-influenced culture versus a data-driven o
ne. I&#8217;ll give an example of one experience I had that shows how this work
ed. A new A / B test was launched around a signup flow and I was fairly certain
that the new version was going to do worse because the resulting experience was
so bad for the user. It quickly became clear that the new version resulted in
more revenue. As a team we talked it over and decided against using the new ver
sion, even though it meant giving up some of that increase in revenue. I was ha
ppy we were able to agree on that because the user experience in the new version
was one I&#8217;d never want to use. The results of the A / B test were one pa
rt of our decision making process, but it wasn&#8217;t the only consideration.</
p>\n<p><strong>Page 111</strong>, vision. Someone having a clear vision of wher
e things are going as a whole is a different dynamic in a company that focuses o
n individuals being super proactive about coming up with their own ideas on what
to work on next. Not that you can&#8217;t have it, just that at some point you
realize everyone can&#8217;t do everything. See also page 126 regarding clarit
y vs. quantity of ideas.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 132</strong>, &#8220;Without the t
ime machine, all choices have the possibility of being wrong.&#8221; I need to
put that on a t-shirt. Sometimes the value of making a decision outweighs any o
f the potential outcomes of the decision itself.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 134</stron

g>, on not being tied down too much by a pre-selected process. I&#8217;ve been
asked before if Automattic uses [ insert current trendy methodology here ]. My
answer has always been no. We work out what works best for us as a team, then s
tart moving forward, adjusting along the way as needed.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 136
</strong>, &#8220;To start big projects, you must have the capacity for delusion
.&#8221; Probably also worth a t-shirt. At some point after going through enou
gh big projects you learn that you always underestimate them at the beginning.
Then after even more of them you learn that under estimating them is sometimes a
good thing, because if you didn&#8217;t you would never actually start them.</p
>\n<p><strong>Page 152</strong>, about work environments. When I talk with peop
le about Automattic being a distributed company, I usually end up explaining tha
t like most things it is about trade offs. Distributed vs. non-distributed is o
ften less about which one is better and more about which trade offs you want to
work with. The same is true of individuals. Not everyone is going to excel in
a distributed situation, and that is fine, it doesn&#8217;t make them bad at wha
t they do or who they are.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 171</strong>, talking about Team
Social being stretched even further. When Scott joined Automattic I started wo
rking on the Akismet team. Our team was always stretched, with people in Melbou
rne ( Australia ), California, Utah, North Carolina, and England. From UTC that
is +11, -7, -6, -4, and +1 for everyone playing along at home. Not the same br
oad and even distribution that Team Social ended up with, but not always easy ei
ther. But we made it work.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 198</strong>, a reference to th
e bike shed problem. Long time FreeBSD users will remember <a href="http://bike
shed.com/">the bike shed post by PHK</a>.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 200</strong>, on
few people being willing to dive in and make changes. That is pretty much the o
pposite of my experience.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 200</strong>, about broken window
s for good and bad. I think our ability to fix a bug that came up quickly is a
good thing. There obviously has to be some balance with other things, but I wou
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something on our service being broken, to being able to reply that it has now be
en fixed, often in a matter of minutes.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 201</strong>, some
people being afraid to post on a P2 because they think it is a megaphone and eve
ryone is reading it. What is funny about reading that is that before we had P2,
there was just one internal blog for all of Automattic and it was rarely used.
It was common for it to only get one post per month. P2 changed that dramatica
lly.</p>\n<p><strong>Page 225</strong>, &#8220;No one should be expected to carr
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or those of you that would like to keep in touch with Alex, you can <a href="htt
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lambous-nicsocks-selling-limited-edition-socks-online-with-wordpress/'' title=''
''>WordPress.tv: Nic Haralambous: Nicsocks: Selling Limited Edition Socks O
nline With WordPress</a></li><li><a class=''rsswidget'' href=''http://feedproxy.
google.com/~r/WordpressTavern/~3/HM_lJnooDn8/wordpress-distraction-free-writingmode-enhanced'' title=''Its easy to get distracted while writing posts. Youre in a
browser and you probably have a few other tabs open with notifications beeping
at you from every direction. On top of that, the WordPress post editor has a ton
of meta boxes competing for your attention. With all of this going on, how can
you focus on crafting beautiful words? The Distraction Free Writing Mode (DFWM)
feature was introduced in WordPress 3.2, giving users the opportunity to find a
zen place for writing while staying within the dashboard. Its launched via the ful
lscreen button in the editor, whisking you away to a screen with an intentionally
-limited button selection. These buttons fade away in the top menu as you begin
composing. Heres the default DFWM screen: WordPress Distraction Free Writing Mode
Enhance Distraction Free Writing Mode with the Visual Editor Many users love th
e minimalism of this screen and will write the text of their post but format it
later within the regular post editor. Just Writing is a new plugin that aims to
keep you in the DFWM for the entire writing and formatting process. Essentially,
the plugin enhances DFWM by adding the visual editor to the top with the other
buttons. It also disappears as per the normal behavior. Heres a look at the enhan
ced version with all the extra buttons turned on: With the plugin installed you
gain the Undo and Redo functions, text align, underline. proofreading and everythin
g that you would expect with the visual editor. Beyond that, Just Writing also p
erforms a few more subtle functions: Adds a Preview button to the right of the
Save button Moves the exit link to the right of the new Preview button as a real
button Re-orders the button list to make more sense Per-user preferences for en
abling Just Writing Per-user preferences for which buttons to display Even if y
oure not a fan of the visual editor buttons, the extra Preview button is a defini
te improvement over the DFWM in its default form. Installing the plugin also doe
snt universally apply the settings to all users. Each user is able to choose the
buttons he wants to display to create his own zen writing place. Customize Your
Distraction Free Writing Mode Experience Enhanced? Isnt the point of the distract
ion free writing mode to get rid of everything and just write? Sure there are so
me of you out there who hate the visual editor with a passion, but there are als
o many who currently depend upon it. Just Writing isnt an all-or-nothing plugin.
It has an options panel where you can add or remove support for any of the visua
l editor buttons: Just Writing plugin options These options allow you to select
the buttons that help you to stay in the flow while composing posts. Just Writi
ng is available for free in the WordPress plugin repository. If you feel like th
e Distraction Free Writing Mode is missing a few functions, give this plugin a s
pin and see if it enhances your writing experience. ''>WPTavern: WordPress Distr
action Free Writing Mode Enhanced</a></li><li><a class=''rsswidget'' href=''http
://feedproxy.google.com/~r/WordpressTavern/~3/Bl1O4Pw_P3c/how-to-configure-autom
atic-core-updates-for-wordpress-3-7'' title=''So, how does this work?Today follo
wing the release of WordPress 3.7 many users are wondering where the settings pa
ge is to configure these options. The answer is that there is no settings page i
n the WordPress admin. If you upgrade to WordPress 3.7, the default behavior is
that youll be automatically upgraded for security and minor releases. The fact t
hat its security and minor releases only is a very important distinction here. Th
ese generally do not break anyones website, plugin or themes. If youre using a plu
gin that gets broken due to a security release, then that raises a red flag and
a few questions about how that plugin is interacting with the WordPress core. I
f you want to make changes to WordPress default behavior of keeping your site cu
rrent with security/minor releases, you will need to edit your wp-config.php fil
e. I asked Andrew Nacin if there is a plan to expose the core update configurat

ion options to the UI in the future. He replied that there is no good reason for
an opt-out UI now, but as we grow more confident, I imagine an opt-in UI for maj
or versions could be next. So maybe this is around the corner, but for now, read
on to learn how to configure your updates. 3 Basic Options for Core Updates in W
ordPress 3.7 Lets simplify things here. You basically have three options for Word
Press core updates: 1. Update the core for minor versions (on by default): If yo
ure running WordPress 3.7, theres nothing you need to do to turn this on. Youll be
automatically updated for security and minor releases. Heres what it would look l
ike in wp-config.php: define( &#039;WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE&#039;, &#039;minor&#039;
); 2. Disable all core updates: If youre uncomfortable with WordPress keeping yo
ur site current with minor releases and security updates, heres how you turn it o
ff. Add this to your wp-config.php file: define( &#039;WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE&#039;
, false ); However, I would encourage you to read this definitive guide from Nac
in before turning off core updates completely. 3. Get all updates, including dev
elopment, major and minor releases: This is the cowboy option that is probably m
ore likely something youd want to enable on a personal blog. If you turn this on
in wp-config.php, youll be automatically updated for every release that WordPress
puts out: define( &#039;WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE&#039;, true ); You can also apply
all of the above via new filters added in WordPress 3.7, as outlined in the code
x article on Configuring Automatic Background Updates. Filters are also availabl
e for plugin, theme and translation updates should you want to add those in the
mix, too. If youre scratching your head and trying to get your brain around all o
f these options, wondering what to do, then just leave the default options in pl
ace and dont mess with it. WordPress strongly discourages disabling the automatic
security updates. These updates have been heavily tested and are quite safe. G
etting hacked because you didnt want to take security updates would be really lam
e. The best option is to leave security updates in place. ''>WPTavern: How to Co
nfigure Automatic Core Updates for WordPress 3.7</a></li><li><a class=''rsswidge
t'' href=''http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/WordpressTavern/~3/l-3I_2jNRJ4/wordpre
ss-3-7-released-wordpress-now-updates-itself'' title=''WordPress 3.7 has been re
leased and the big news is that WordPress now has the ability to update itself.
This begins a new era of automatic background updates for security and minor rel
eases. Web hosts around the world have been eagerly awaiting this release and ar
e cheering its arrival. The upgrade process has been greatly improved and boy is
it ever solid: We ended the WordPress 3.7 beta cycle with 112,434 automatic bac
kground updates attempted and not a single critical failure. Andrew Nacin (@naci
n) October 25, 2013 Not a single critical failure. Try blaming Nacin for that,
folks. WordPress 3.7 is dubbed Basie, after Count Basie, an American jazz piani
st with an unparalleled talent for improvisation. He learned to improvise while
playing along to silent films for a local movie theater. Before he was famous, B
asie sharpened his improv skills by playing jazz piano at parties and resorts. H
e went on to create his own jazz orchestra and mentor many other musicians along
the way. Count BasieIt seems fitting that this release honors Basie. The web is
full of hackers who seek to exploit any vulnerability they can find in WordPres
s. Users have to be quick to improvise and secure our sites as soon as minor rel
eases are shipped out. Automatic background updates give millions of users the a
bility to stay current with each security update. The beautiful thing is that its
totally effortless on the part of the user. On the surface you wont see too many
flashy UI improvements, but under the hood youll find a better engine. When you
search WordPress youll see better and more relevant results. Developers will be h
appy to find improved support for multisite, advanced date queries and a ton of
new functions to play with. You can review every last detail on the dedicated 3.
7 release page. wp-admin/about.phpWordPress 3.7 has a beautiful about.php page t
hat you can only see if you upgrade. Hint, hint. It includes a live demo of the
new password strength meter that will help you to create stronger passwords. Thi
s release also includes better global support for translations, meaning that it
will automatically install language files and silently keep them up to date. The
res a trend here: WordPress is doing a lot more for you in the background so that
you can focus on creating content. This sets the bar pretty high for what users
can expect from their publishing software in the future. Now that WordPress can

update itself, I am once again reminded that this software is a living, breathi
ng thing. Andrew Nacin, Dion Hulse and Jon Cave had the help of 211 contributors
in shipping 3.7. Hats off to these folks theyve worked hard and done well. Time
to celebrate with a few tunes from Count Basie and his jazz orchestra to kick o
ff your upgrades. By the way, if youre configuring automatic updates for everythi
ng, this is the last time youll ever have to update WordPress manually. ''>WPTa
vern: WordPress 3.7 Released: WordPress Now Updates Itself</a></li><li><a class=
''rsswidget'' href=''http://wordpress.org/news/2013/10/basie/'' title=''Version
3.7 of WordPress, named Basie in honor of Count Basie, is available for download o
r update in your WordPress dashboard. This release features some of the most imp
ortant architectural updates weve made to date. Here are the big ones: Updates w
hile you sleep: With WordPress 3.7, you dont have to lift a finger to apply maint
enance and security updates. Most sites are now able to automatically apply thes
e updates in the background. The update process also has been made even more rel
iable and secure, with dozens of new checks and safeguards. Stronger password re
commendations: Your password is your sites first line of defense. Its best to crea
te passwords that are complex, long, and unique. To that end, our password meter
has been updated in WordPress 3.7 to recognize common mistakes that can weaken
your password: dates, names, keyboard patterns (123456789), and even pop culture
references. Better global support: Localized versions of WordPress will receive
faster and more complete translations. WordPress 3.7 adds support for automatic
ally installing the right language files and keeping them up to date, a boon for
the many millions who use WordPress in a language other than English. For deve
lopers there are lots of options around how to control the new updates feature,
including allowing it to handle major upgrades as well as minor ones, more sophi
sticated date query support, and multisite improvements. As always, if youre hung
ry for more dive into the Codex or browse the over 400 closed tickets on Trac. A
New Wave This release was led by Andrew Nacin, backed up by Dion Hulse and Jon
Cave. This is our first release using the new plugin-first development process,
with a much shorter timeframe than in the past. (3.6 was released in August.) Th
e 3.8 release, due in December, will continue this plugin-led development cycle
that gives much more autonomy to plugin leads and allows us to decouple feature
development from a release. You can follow this grand experiment, and what were l
earning from it, on the make/core blog. There are 211 contributors with props in
this release: Aaron Brazell,Aaron D. Campbell,Aaron Holbrook,Aaron Jorbin,adamsilve
rstein,Alexander Hoereth,Alex Mills (Viper007Bond),Amy Hendrix (sabreuse),andg, Andr
ew Nacin,Andrew Norcross,Andrew Ozz,Andrew Spittle,askapache,atimmer,Barry,Beau Lebens
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ach,Daniel Bachhuber,Daniel Convissor,dartiss,Daryl Koopersmith, Dave Ross,David Laie
tta,Dion Hulse,dllh,Dominik Schilling (ocean90),dpash,Drew Jaynes,DrProtocols,Dustin F
lippini,dzver,Edward Caissie,enej, Eric Andrew Lewis,Eric Mann,Evan Solomon,faishal,Fa
son,Foofy,Frankie Jarrett,Frank Klein,Gary Cao,Gary Pendergast,Gaya Kessler, George St
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Doaqan,NateJacobs,nathanrice, Niall Kennedy,Nick Daugherty,Nick Halsey,Nick Momrik,Ni
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Butuzov, Paolo Belcastro,Parham,Paul Biron,Paul de Wouters,pavelevap,peterjaap,Peter
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Hotchkiss,Scott Reilly,scottsweb,Scott Taylor,scribu,scruffian, Seisuke Kuraishi (te
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) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=15 ;
--- Extraindo dados da tabela `wp_usermeta`
-INSERT INTO `wp_usermeta` (`umeta_id`, `user_id`, `meta_key`, `meta_value`) VALU
ES
(1, 1, 'first_name', ''),
(2, 1, 'last_name', ''),
(3, 1, 'nickname', 'admin'),
(4, 1, 'description', ''),
(5, 1, 'rich_editing', 'true'),
(6, 1, 'comment_shortcuts', 'false'),
(7, 1, 'admin_color', 'fresh'),
(8, 1, 'use_ssl', '0'),
(9, 1, 'show_admin_bar_front', 'true'),
(10, 1, 'wp_capabilities', 'a:1:{s:13:"administrator";b:1;}'),
(11, 1, 'wp_user_level', '10'),
(12, 1, 'dismissed_wp_pointers', 'wp330_toolbar,wp330_saving_widgets,wp340_choos
e_image_from_library,wp340_customize_current_theme_link,wp350_media,wp360_revisi
ons,wp360_locks'),
(13, 1, 'show_welcome_panel', '1'),
(14, 1, 'wp_dashboard_quick_press_last_post_id', '3');
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--

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `wp_users` (


`ID` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`user_login` varchar(60) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_pass` varchar(64) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_nicename` varchar(50) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_email` varchar(100) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_url` varchar(100) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_registered` datetime NOT NULL DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
`user_activation_key` varchar(60) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
`user_status` int(11) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0',
`display_name` varchar(250) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
PRIMARY KEY (`ID`),
KEY `user_login_key` (`user_login`),
KEY `user_nicename` (`user_nicename`)
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 AUTO_INCREMENT=2 ;
--- Extraindo dados da tabela `wp_users`
-INSERT INTO `wp_users` (`ID`, `user_login`, `user_pass`, `user_nicename`, `user_
email`, `user_url`, `user_registered`, `user_activation_key`, `user_status`, `di
splay_name`) VALUES
(1, 'admin', '$P$B2/A79YO00TbM/p8o6CfydapdgAN4e0', 'admin', 'joaofilhosm@gmail.c
om', '', '2013-10-25 21:05:08', '', 0, 'admin');
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